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The Earth

Sat Apr 28, 2001 2:49 pm

How did "Planet Earth" look like "back those days" ?

Many scientists say, Africa and America (N&S) have been one continent, many earth plates defragmented from others respectively.
I strongly believe in that too.
Friends say, they are cluttered pieces from out of space which "landed" in a big "sea" ... well ... .

I wonder, how the earth (and its population) will look like in a 100 years ?

We'll be wearing special silver suits, gliding on skateboards a la "Back to the Future" with hyper-engines without any fuel (poor SHELL and BP) ... ?

I bet, that NASA already had sufficient resources and knowledge to allow "common Space travel & tourism" 15 years ago ... .
(But if many people can't even keep their own backyard clean ... )

So many inventions are kept back, in order not to create either mass-panic or mass-riots due to over exitment of people.

Of course I want to see our mother earth from space, but I haven't got so much money to afford it ... but maybe my grandchildren will just laugh about it, and ask me if I want to spend my weekend on Jupiter ...
coach or biz-class, please ?


 
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RE: The Earth

Sat Apr 28, 2001 7:11 pm

Friends say, they are cluttered pieces from out of space which "landed" in a big "sea"

If that'd happened, there wouldn't be an Earth. Dumb friends you have.

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RE: The Earth

Sat Apr 28, 2001 8:45 pm

As the speed of aircraft has not changed much in 40years can't see us going on regular trips to Jupiter in less than 100 years.
Why fly non stop when you can connect

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